WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers, has expanded its mission, aiming "to become the world's partner in wellness."
No matter what its members goals—to lose weight, eat better, move more, or develop a more positive mindset—WW endeavors to use science-based programs and tools that both work and fit into their lives. Along with its new mission is a new tagline, Wellness That Works, and a new rewards program, WellnessWins. (To view a video on the WW brand transformation, go here.)
And because Johns Hopkins University is committed to helping its employees reach their wellness goals, it's offering discounted pricing on WW membership.
Join WW, and you'll also get access to new features being offered through partnerships with Headspace (mindfulness meditation sessions), Aaptive (on-demand audio workouts), and Blue Apron (ingredient-and-recipe meal kits).
Purchase your WW membership by Friday, Jan. 25, and you will receive a free Jumpstarter Kit, which includes a tote bag, water bottle, mini cookbook, and more.
To purchase your JHU discounted membership, or for more information, click here.
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